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Using xcopy for backups 10000
Using xcopy for backups 9–10 and 20–22 December 2012 Save often, save early “Save often, save early”, says the old adage. “Better safe than sorry” is another one. Programs like MS Word have an option for automatically saving the edited document periodically. I don't like that and don't u ...
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Back-uppen met xcopy 7840
Back-uppen met xcopy 27–29 december 2012, eigen vertaling uit het Engels Vaak opslaan, tijdig opslaan “Vaak opslaan, tijdig opslaan” is een bekend advies. “Beter mee verlegen dan om verlegen” is ook een toepasselijk gezegde. Programma's als MS Word hebben een optie om automatisch het bew ...
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PATH and the DOS box 3858
PATH and the DOS box 9–10 and 19–20 December 2012 DOS box?? “DOS box?? Are you still using the DOS box? Are you a dinosaur?” Well, yes I am. And a fossil too. But I like it. On a Windows system (Windows 95 and newer, anything after Windows 3.11), what people call the DOS box, is in fact ...
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What I want 3255
What I want Text 21 December 2014; idea: many times over a long period To be understood What I want is that if by accident I type dc 15 2 ^ p⏎ or dc 15 2^p⏎ instead of dc⏎ 15 2^p⏎ , cd makes that calculation anyway and tells me the answer is 225. Well, I knew the answer already, because ...
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Intonation 3255
Intonation 4 October 2020 Intonat.c is a little program I wrote already in May 1993, and slightly improved recently, keeping the output essentially the same. The source code can also be downloaded as a text file here . It is a simple command line program that works on MSDos (the original ...
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How to make a personal web site: some tips 3053
How to make a personal web site: some tips 2 March 2000, possibly earlier There are several ways to build a personal web site: Using a WYSIWYG tool Seems easy at first, but it has its drawbacks. Using a syntax tool Quite comfortable. One disadvantage is that it often requires MS Internet ...
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Automatic site index (script) 2856
Automatic site index (script) 20 November 2011 The script As promised , I'll reveal some details on how I automatically, periodically generate the keyword index for my website. I do that by running a shell script using crontab . The crontab file starts SHELL=/bin/sh TZ=:Europe/Amsterdam ...
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Fixing a hole where the rain gets in 2590
Fixing a hole where the rain gets in 2 November 2014 Introduction The title of course is a quote from the Beatles' song . Not very well chosen, because my article has nothing to do with rain, but is about files and Unix. Sorry, nothing better came to mind. Where the hole comes into the s ...
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PATH en de DOS-box 2274
PATH en de DOS-box 22 en 26 december 2012, eigen vertaling uit het Engels DOS-box?? “De DOS-box?? Gebruik je nog steeds de DOS-box? Ben je een dinosaurus of zo?” Ja, in feite wel. En een fossiel, ook. Maar dat vind ik prettig. Op een Windows-systeem (Windows 95 en nieuwer, alles na Windo ...
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Simple HTML and CSS - Naming files and directories 1613
Simple HTML and CSS Naming files and directories I always put ".htm" at the end of the filenames, a legacy from the MSDOS era. ".html" is allowed, but ".htm" works just as well, so why bother? To delimit folder names (directory names), always use slashes (/), never backslashes (\). Backs ...
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